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Friday 31 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Tipperary

All time
# Premier Pride
John McGrath fires 1-12 to inspire Loughmore to Tipp hurling semi-final win over Borris-Ileigh
They’ll play Thurles Sarsfields in the final.
# super sars
Tipperary champions knocked out as Creedon stars in Thurles Sarsfields win
They’ll play Borris-Ileigh or Loughmore-Castleiney in the final.
# Tipperary
CAB seizes 11 vehicles from motor dealership in operation targeting organised crime
The raid is linked to a similar seizure in west Dublin earlier this year.
# Premier Star
John McGrath scores 4-6 on day when Loughmore and Thurles Sars reach Tipp senior semi-finals
The Mid Tipperary clubs are through to the last four.
# this is 40
'Still going strong, still influential' - The Tipperary icons nearing 40 and playing key roles
Paul Curran and Eoin Kelly continue to perform at the top of the Tipperary senior hurling game.
# Next Weekend
Tipperary hurling double-header on RTÉ while Leitrim and Clare club games on TG4
Four club GAA matches will be televised live next weekend.
# One More Year
Colin O'Riordan extends stay with Sydney Swans
‘O’Riordan is a valued presence both on and off the field at the club’, say the club.
# Talking Points
Veterans shine in Dublin and Tipp, Mayo forward stars and Cork goalkeeper heroics
A look back at the weekend club GAA action.
# Hurling
2019 champions win to complete line-up for Tipperary senior knockout stages
Borris-Ileigh ran out 1-16 to 0-9 winners this afternoon over Nenagh Éire Óg.
# Try Machine
'Her influence goes beyond just being physically phenomenal'
Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe has been a star in 7s and is now shining for Ireland 15s.
# Premier Brand
Tipperary GAA start search for new jersey sponsor
Teneo’s three year-term as sponsor will conclude at the end of 2021.
# David Power
Munster winning boss to stay with Tipp footballers for new three-year term
David Power guided Tipperary to Munster senior glory in November 2020.
# Tune in
Mayo and Tipperary stars in live TV action in next Sunday's GAA club coverage
Breaffy, The Neale, Borris-Ileigh and Nenagh Éire Óg are the clubs in action.
# Premier Hotseat
Tipperary appoint Colm Bonnar as new senior hurling boss
Bonnar has previously served as manager of the Wexford and Carlow senior hurling teams.
# Crashes
Two men killed in separate road crashes yesterday
The collisions occurred in Kildare and Tipperary.
# Going nowhere
Liam Cahill to remain as Waterford manager after turning down Tipperary approach
Cahill had been linked with replacing Liam Sheedy in Tipperary.
# Looking Forward
Sheedy rubbishes talk of Tipp in 'decline' and not ruling out return to inter-county management
The Tipperary manager announced his decision to step down today.
# outbreaks
Warning over Covid-19 outbreaks across Limerick, Tipperary and Clare
The HSE has said the mid-west is experiencing the highest increases in the area since the start of the year.
# Roscrea
Child in critical condition after car crash in Tipperary
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
# basement battle
Kerry seal senior status for 2022 and condemn Tipperary to relegation showdown
Kingdom star Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh hit 0-9 as Aisling McCarthy made a return for injury-ravaged Tipp.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'Waterford have evolved that bit better, they're looking at the mould of what's winning
Clare All-Ireland Colin Ryan joined The42 GAA Weekly to review another big weekend of hurling.
# clogheen
Man (80s) dies in single-car collision in Co Tipperary
Witnesses and dash cam footage are being sought by the gardaí.
# Liam Sheedy
'I’ll tell you one thing, they gave you some answer today, that is a top quality group'
Liam Sheedy hailed the character of his experienced Tipperary players after their loss to Waterford.
# Liam Cahill
'I take no pleasure in being part of this Waterford team that knocked Tipperary out'
For Tipperary native and Waterford manager Liam Cahill, it was a testing day in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# Déise Delight
Waterford claim first senior championship win over Tipperary in 13 years after pulsating finish
Páirc Uí Chaoimh hosted today’s game.
# Lovely Hurling
Waterford, Tipperary, Cork and Dublin name teams for All-Ireland quarter-finals
It’s a Super Saturday as Waterford face Tipp, and Cork and Dublin lock horns.
# wonder wall
Vikki Wall's wonder goal sends Meath on their way to championship win over Tipperary
Victory means Meath will face either Mayo or Armagh in the quarter final.
# Tipperary
Garda investigation after shots fired over Tipperary railway line
A man has been arrested under the Offences Against the State Act following the incident.
# Reaction
Liam Sheedy: 'That third quarter is ultimately where we were just destroyed'
A disappointed Tipperary manager reflected aftewards on their defeat today.
# Comeback kings
Stunning Limerick display as they recover to win Munster final against Tipperary
Limerick trailed by ten points at half-time but won by five.
# u20 wrap
Dublin and Offaly to meet in Leinster decider, Tipperary book Munster final spot
It was a busy night of U20 football action.
# the premier
Tipperary book Munster semi-final spot after extra-time thriller with Waterford
Semple Stadium hosted tonight’s U20 game.
# U20
Tipperary and Waterford name teams for tomorrow's Munster quarter-final
John Devane’s team play at Semple Stadium tomorrow night.
# Tipperary
Two elderly women taken to hospital after hit and run by van
Gardaí are appealing for information from witnesses.
# Animal Welfare
Woman convicted for possessing stolen dog that was found dead at Tipperary property
ISPCA Inspector Alice Lacey said the case “emphasises the value of having your dog microchipped”.
# turning point
'A disgrace' and 'we're just stunned' - Criticism of Munster semi-final sin bin decision
Aidan McCarthy was sent to the line in the second half.
# Premier Power
Tipperary clinch Munster hurling final place as Clare hit with sin bin setback
Liam Sheedy’s team will play Limerick in the final on 18 July.
# Munster XV
Cork name three debutants in team to face Limerick, new goalkeeper in for Tipperary
The sides meet at Semple Stadium tomorrow night.
# Split Loyalties
'There's a big novelty factor' - Clare and Tipp coaches face off after combining in club win
The Kiladangan club have links to both setups for Sunday’s Munster semi-final.
# upperchurch
Gardaí appeal for witnesses to assault of teenager in Tipperary village
The teenager is being treated in hospital for serious injuries.